Testing Video Uploads to WordPress

Don’t think this is the first time I’ve announced a user friendly video upload system for our WordPress but I think it’s looking ready to try it out – again. Below is a video that came from my cell phone and was uploaded into the Interactive Video plugin for WordPress where it was processed and presented without any prior preparation or processing by the user (in this case, me).

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 Please feel free to give this a try, and for that matter, feel free to login with a EustaceISD account and try blogging period. The blog editor has media insert buttons at the top and the key for video is to use the “Interactive Video” selections because the others have a very small file-size limit. The “WebCam” option is not directly operable, though you may still record video from your webcam and upload it like any other video – which is a great option for podcasting, with or without video to go with the sound. Below is a test of the MetaCafe option which I am not yet very familiar with but found simple enough.

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Please feel free to contact me with any questions or to arrange a quick tutorial session.

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